2 bedroom property for saleOgwen Bank Holiday Park & Country Club, Bethesda, North Wales
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- Brand New Holiday Home With Patio Doors
- Stylish Fully Equipped 'Biarritz' Model
- 2 Bedrooms, En-suite & Shower Room
- Sizeable Living Room/Kitchen/Dining
- Gas Central Heating & uPVC Double Glazing
- Central Position Within The Park
- Beautiful Woodland/Riverside Setting
- Park Facilities & Club House/Restaurant
- Situated Within The Snowdonia National Park
- Children's Adventure Play Area
An exciting opportunity to purchase a Brand New Holiday Home situated in the Ogwen Bank Holiday Park & Country Club on the outskirts of Bethesda, situated in an idyllic riverside setting in some 12 Acres of woodland within the Beautiful Snowdonia National Park. This Swift Biarritz 38x12 model sits centrally within the park - a stylish model that's been designed and fashioned with modern living in mind to make your holiday stay as rewarding, relaxing and as enjoyable as possible. It comes fully equipped and furnished, ready for its first new owner and is also centrally heated and fully uPVC double glazed. Purchasing a holiday home at the Ogwen Bank Holiday Park & Country Club would be an excellent choice with great access to a whole host of activities and attractions right on your doorstep. The park offers facilities to make your stay as stress free as possible with a restaurant/bar, shop, amusements, children's play area and launderette. Of course, owners have full use of the communal gardens and parking as well as the other many amenities of the site.
LOCATION The park is positioned on the outskirts of the quarry town of Bethesda, just inside the Snowdonia National Park within mature woodland right at the mouth of the picturesque Nant Francon valley, leading to some impressive scenery and some of the higher mountain peaks. The park runs adjacent to the Ogwen River with the excellent 'Lon Las Ogwen' footpath/cycle route located on the far side of the river bank which runs all the way to the city of Bangor. Bethesda offers a good range of amenities and services including numerous leisure facilities as well as numerous cafés and public houses. There are also primary and secondary schools and an extensive modern health centre. The village is also home to the hugely exciting Zip Wire attraction - the longest in Europe situated in the adjoining slate quarry. Bangor, roughly 5 miles distant, offers a wide range of High Street shops, services and recreational facilities and a District General Hospital. The nearby A55 Expressway is the main arterial road between Chester and Holyhead and leads to the numerous attractions off the northern coastline, the Isle of Anglesey, including Ireland.
LOUNGE 10' 9" x 11' 9" (3.30m x 3.60m)
DINING AREA 9' 2" x 6' 1" (2.81m x 1.87m)
KITCHEN 11' 4" x 5' 8" (3.46m x 1.73m max)
BEDROOM 1 8' 9" x 11' 9" (2.69m x 3.59m max)
BEDROOM 2 7' 9" x 5' 8" (2.38m x 1.73m)
SHOWER ROOM 6' 11" x 3' 5" (2.13m x 1.06m)
PARK FACILITIES The park has a main reception, shop, club house/restaurant and bar, launderette and children's play area. The nearby Ogwen River, which meanders its way through the nearby Nant Francon valley spills down a nearby rocky section and is noted for its salmon and sea trout. Fishing is available in the river but not on the Park (please ask at reception about permits or licences). Entertainment includes live music, pool tables, video games and satellite television. Ogwen Bank Caravan Park & Country Club is the ideal place for relaxing, fun-packed holidays.
APPLICABLE SITE FEES: Site fees are currently from £3,750 plus VAT per annum.
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